"Conversion therapy is a harmful, widely-discredited practice that has no place in Maine," Governor Janet Mills said at the signing ceremony.
"He would bunch up his fist and get in my face and act like he was going to hit me. He then said, 'I will beat the living s---t out of you.'"
"Polystyrene is harmful to humans, it puts a strain on our fish stocks and it can't be recycled," said Representative Stanley Paige Zeigler, who sponsored the bill.
During a hearing on a bill to make free tampons, sanitary pads and menstrual cups a right for Maine's female prisoners, Republican lawmaker Richard Pickett of Dixfield said that risked turning prisons into country clubs.
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
"They were found with their leashes tied together wandering a cemetery," the Kennebec Valley Human Society told Newsweek. "They do need to find a home together because they are very bonded."
"Michael had this saying, 'I am the devil,'" Katherine Middleton told Newsweek. "He'd say it when he was drunk.
Alicia Grant is now embarking on getting her marriage annulled. But like the other two Mrs. Middletons she said, "Nobody can find him so we can't get these marriages dissolved."
The 'Fox & Friend's co-hosts on Monday took on the divinely important question of whether God takes sides or personally decides the outcome of NFL games.
Arnold Nash, who was serving a 45 year sentence, was scheduled to be released in December 2019.
Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine is viewed as a crucial swing vote in Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Liberal activists have raised more than $900,000 to fund Republican Senator Susan Collins's opponent in 2020.
A Republican-aligned Super PAC put out a new television advertisement this week targeting a Democratic congressional challenger's tattoos.
Maine State Police said the unidentified man immediately got out of his vehicle and shot himself after being pulled over.
Passenger Ashley Decker told WAGA that the attacks on 9/11 immediately came to mind.
Over 40 animals have tested positive for rabies in Maine this year, including a domestic cat.
The governor says that expanding the health care program without appropriate funding could put Maine in "red ink."
Republicans and Democrats voted to pass a bill that increases patients' access to medical marijuana, despite a veto attempt by Governor Paul LePage.
"I refuse, I refuse, I refuse to stand by as you imprison children and bring more children by the dozens into this facility," Zak Ringelstein said.